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Keeping the beat with Dad

My dad was introduced to jazz when he was 23 and needed a job while ...

Staying connected at 90

My soon-to-be 90 year old mom announced that her computer of several years was on ...

The frosting on the cake

When I moved to Boston for graduate school 35 years ago, I landed just outside ...

New connection to an old friend

You think you know someone. Forty plus years of being friends, starting in college. Years ...

An image of youthful daring nurtured

I knew before walking into the gallery that the images greeting me would be spectacular. ...

Valentine Presence

We moved our daughter into an apartment yesterday. She’s 25, and excited about this move, ...

Death is not convenient

Death is not convenient. It does not wait, tarry, ask permission, or discriminate against age, ...

A Young Life Lost to Drugs

We had last seen Garrett about ten years ago. He was a big, strong boy ...

A Mutter’s Day Tail

My husband and I have lived with dogs for 27 years together and both of ...

Double Cat Indemnity

I have begun to write this column dozens of times. Usually once I have a ...

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Meg is a licensed independent clinical social worker with over thirty-five years clinical experience. She holds a Master’s Degree from the Boston University School of Social Work and a Bachelor of Arts from the State University of New York at Binghamton.

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